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Monday, November 3, 2014

Wande Coal Refuses To Pronounce Don Jazzy’s Name During Performance

Wande Coal Refuses To Pronounce Don Jazzy’s Name During Performance-omogist
Whatever happened between Don Jazzy and his erstwhile protégé and signed artiste, Wande Coal really must have left a deep scar on the heart of the black singer, which has made him unable to publicly mention the name of the Mavin Boss.
Wande Coal was signed to Don Jazzy under the defunct Mohits records, and chose to move with Don Jazzy during his bitter split with D’banj. But the duo later fell out in 2013, and Wande Coal departed Mavin Records, unceremoniously to setup his record label, Black Diamond Entertainment,where he has made hit songs such as ‘Baby Hello’, ‘My Way’,
But there were cracks in their relationship, which was made public when Wande Coal released his ‘Babyface’ song in November 2013, and Don Jazzy went public, claiming to originally own his song. Don Jazzy also released his version of Babyface, with many fans taking sides and branding Wande Coal a thief.
Not much has been heard about the duo, until on Sunday, November 02, 2014. Wande Coal held a performance at the Naija FM Comedy Jam, which held at the MUSON Centre, Lagos. Wande Coal deliberately refused to pronounce Don Jazzy’s name all through his stage performance.
Wande performed his hit songs from his Mohits and Mavins career, including, ‘Bumper to Bumper, The Kick, and Rotate, and he avoided Don Jazzy’s name. Wande kept mute, while the fans screamed the name of the Mavin Boss, with many in the crowd puzzled at his behaviour.
Wande Coal is currently promoting his single, Baby Hello, which has a video with Yemi Alade as the lead vixen.

3 comments:

  1. this wande coal self na goat...he for sing without don jazzy beat..

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  2. Wande coal Is such am ungrateful fellow

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